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Under fire from CJI over HC vacancies, govt comes out with data

There are 4,937 vacancies as on June 30 out of a sanctioned strength of 21,320

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Facing flak from the Chief Justice of India over rising vacancies in the high courts, the government Tuesday cited data to hit back, saying the Supreme Court collegium has failed to recommend even a single name in the past one year even as seven posts are lying vacant in the apex court. The government also reminded that out of 430 vacancies in the high courts, no recommendation has been received for 279 posts from any of the 24 high courts. "There are seven vacancies in the Supreme Court, with one from as long as one year. No recommendation has been made to the government from ...

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Under fire from CJI over HC vacancies, govt comes out with data

There are 4,937 vacancies as on June 30 out of a sanctioned strength of 21,320

There are 4,937 vacancies as on June 30 out of a sanctioned strength of 21,320 Facing flak from the Chief Justice of India over rising vacancies in the high courts, the government Tuesday cited data to hit back, saying the Supreme Court collegium has failed to recommend even a single name in the past one year even as seven posts are lying vacant in the apex court. The government also reminded that out of 430 vacancies in the high courts, no recommendation has been received for 279 posts from any of the 24 high courts. "There are seven vacancies in the Supreme Court, with one from as long as one year. No recommendation has been made to the government from ... image
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Under fire from CJI over HC vacancies, govt comes out with data

There are 4,937 vacancies as on June 30 out of a sanctioned strength of 21,320

Facing flak from the Chief Justice of India over rising vacancies in the high courts, the government Tuesday cited data to hit back, saying the Supreme Court collegium has failed to recommend even a single name in the past one year even as seven posts are lying vacant in the apex court. The government also reminded that out of 430 vacancies in the high courts, no recommendation has been received for 279 posts from any of the 24 high courts. "There are seven vacancies in the Supreme Court, with one from as long as one year. No recommendation has been made to the government from ...

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